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Proceedings and Acts of the General Assembly, 1727-1729 With Appendix of Statutes, 1714-1726
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578 Assembly Proceedings, 1714-1726.

Session
Laws

Provided always, That nothing in this Act contained, shall be
construed to make void any Obligation, Bill, Note or other Writing,
made or passed by any Person to pay any Money for any Tobacco
due for Levies, Attorneys, Sheriffs, or other Officers Fees, who had
Tobacco wherewith to satisfy such Levies, Attorneys, Sheriffs, or
other Officers Fees, after the Tenth Day of October, Anno Domini
One Thousand Seven Hundred and Twenty Four, and refuse to
pay such Debts, and sold it or applied it to other Uses than paying
their Debts; or to prejudice any Merchant or other Person trading
to and from this Province, who has actually bought and paid for
any Tobacco: Any Thing herein contained to the contrary, not-
withstanding.

1725
Chap. V
[Wm Parks
compilation,
1727, p. 275 ;
revives 1722,
ch. 13]

An Act reviving and continuing an Act of Assembly of this Prov-
ince, entituled, An Act for the better Relief of Poor Debtors.

Be it Enacted, by the Right Honourable the Lord Proprietor, by
and with the Advice and Consent of His Lordship's Governour,
and the Upper and Lower Houses of this present General Assembly,
and the Authority of the same, That the above-mentioned Act,
entituled, An Act for the better Relief of Poor Debtors, made at a
Session of Assembly begun and held at the City of Annapolis, the
Ninth Day of October, Anno Domini Seventeen Hundred and
Twenty Two, be and is hereby revived and continued to be and re-
main in full Force, for and during the Term of Three Years from
the End of this Sessions of Assembly, and to the End of the next
Sessions of Assembly, which shall happen after the said Three
Years.

1725
Chap. VII
[Wm Parks
compilation,
1727, p. 276]

An Act to confirm an Estate in Fee-Simple to such Persons as
already have or hereafter shall purchase any the Lands lying in
the New-Town, commonly called The Addition to the City of
Annapolis, or any Land adjoining to the said City of Annapolis,
commonly called, The Town- Pasture or Common; and to invest
them with the same Privileges within the City of Annapolis, as
other the Freeholders therein now have, or hereafter may enjoy.

Whereas sundry Persons lately have, and still do continue to
purchase Lots or Parcels of Ground lying as well in the New-Town
commonly called The Addition to the City of Annapolis, as in the
Land adjoining to the said City of Annapolis, commonly called,
The Town-Pasture of Common, from the respective Proprietors
thereof. And whereas the said Purchasers do design to settle and
improve the said Lots; but forasmuch as it may hereafter be doubted
whether their Title to the said Lots are good and valid, or that by
Virtue of their respective Purchases, they may be entituled to the
same Rights and Priviledges that other the Inhabitants or Free-
holders of the said City do now, or hereafter may enjoy,



 
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